Brother2Brother is a program at UNL OASIS that aims to build a community of support focused on enhancing the development of collegiate students of color. We welcome all students who identify as men and non-binary, from all backgrounds, to create a strong support network on campus. Faculty and staff are invited.
Big Red Resilience and Well-being
Well-being ambassadors help their student peers focus on strengths and use the Ten Dimensions of Well-being model as a framework for generating goals. Ambassadors have been trained to help students build resilience through techniques like practicing gratitude, cultivating self-compassion, taking in the good, and more.
Center for Advocacy, Response, and Education
We are a confidential, supportive resource for victims/survivors of interpersonal violence and other crimes.Providing advocacy and support for students, faculty and staff who have experienced sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, stalking, harassment and other crimes, our advocates are here to help you navigate campus and community resources.With an advocate, you will be able to tell your story confidentially. You will be supported in your decision to report or not to report to police, Institutional Equity and Compliance (Title IX) or neither—the choice is yours.
University Health Center
We offer affordable, high-quality services that extend beyond basic injury and illness care to help treat all aspects of your physical well-being.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services is a multidisciplinary team of psychologists and counselors that works collaboratively with Nebraska students to help them explore their feelings and thoughts and learn helpful ways to improve their mental, psychological and emotional well-being when issues arise.Our staff support all University of Nebraska-Lincoln students. We understand that students may experience anger, fear, pain and frustration with current events. We are here for all our students to listen and provide support. If you would like to meet with a counselor, call 402.472.7450 to schedule an appointment.